Toshiba e-STUDIO 170F user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba e-STUDIO 170F

Device: Toshiba e-STUDIO 170F
Size: 3,87 MB
Date of adding : 2013-03-23 12:43:13
Number of pages: 244
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® EPA ENERGY STAR The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has introduced a voluntary program, the ENERGY STAR Program, to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that enhance the workplace, improve product performance, prevent pollution, and reduce your energy costs. As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Toshiba has determined that this facsimile model meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR guidelines require that all ENERG

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NOTICE TO USERS Read through this manual before using the machine. Keep the manual in a convenient location so that you may refer to the manual whenever necessary. Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 1 Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment. 2 Before opening any covers or removing any parts from the copier, disc

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LASER SAFETY INFORMATION This facsimile does not produce laser radiation hazardous to the user. It is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S Department of Health and Human Ser- vices (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. Protective housing and external covers completely confine the laser light emitted inside the facsimile. The laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation. 4122-1496 R

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CONTENTS NOTICE TO USERS ................................................................ 1 USER INTERFACE OPERATION ..........................................35 Menu Operation .....................................................................................35 LASER SAFETY INFORMATION ..........................................2 Character Entry......................................................................................36 FEATURES .....................................................

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Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast) ...............85 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS .......................................... 108 COPYING ............................................................................... 86 MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) .....108 Paper Size for Copying ..........................................................................86 Group Broadcast Transmission...............................................................108 Copying Procedure..

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Reservation List ..................................................................................... 189 ADVANCED RECEPTION FUNCTIONS ............................... 151 Multi-Address Transmission Report ........................................................190 Secure Reception Access Code Setting ................................................151 Multi-Polling Report ................................................................................191 Secure RX Activation Period Setting ....

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SENSOR TEST ..................................................................................... 226 PRINT TEST ..........................................................................................228 TONER IC TEST ....................................................................................229 TEST RESULT ....................................................................... 230 PRINTING a TEST RESULT ..................................................................230 REMOTE SER

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FEATURES Super G3 High-speed Communications Substitute Memory Reception Provides state-of-the-art V.34 modem technology for worldwide compatibility at When the recording paper or supplies have been depleted or in the event of a speeds up to 33,600 bits per second. recording paper jam, your receptions will be safely stored in memory until the problem is corrected. High Resolution, 128 Level Halftone With a maximum resolution of 16 dots/mm x 15.4 lines/mm (406 DPI x 391 LPI) Memory Release and 128

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CARE AND MAINTENANCE About Power for the Unit Do not Place the Unit in the Following Environments  This unit requires 220 V AC, 50/60Hz electric power. This unit should not be Do not place this facsimile unit in the environments described below. used in countries that do not conform to these domestic power provisions.  Where temperature is excessively high, such as places close to heaters, radia-  Insert the power cord plug firmly to the wall outlet, then insert the other end of tors, direct

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INTRODUCTION - FACSIMILE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS Front View Document Guides Adjust the guides to the edges of the document to help ensure Recording Paper proper document alignment and Exit Tray Extension smooth feeding. (See page 82.) Supports long recording paper after printing. Recording Paper Exit Tray Stacks recording paper after Operation Panel printing. Used to perform programming and operation of the facsimile machine. (See page 12.) Document Support Place documents face down on Document Exit T

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Rear View External Telephone Connector Connection for an External Telephone set. (See page 17.) Line Connector Connection for the telephone line cord from wall or PSTN AC Inlet system. (See page 17.) USB Interface This interface is used for connection to personal computers for Scanning, Printing and programming various settings from PC. 10

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When the Optional Recording Paper Tray is Installed With the Optional Recording Paper Tray Installed Lower Recording Paper Tray (Optional) Upper Recording Paper Tray 11

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- OPERATION PANEL 1. One Touch Keys 6. INSERT Key Allows remote locations to be dialed at the touch of a button (see page 89). This key is used to insert characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page 36). 2. ONLINE Lamp Blinks when communicating between the facsimile unit and a personal com- 7. DELETE Key puter. This key is used to delete characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page 36). 3. BUSY Lamp Illuminated when communicating using the phone line. 8. MULTI/CHARGE CODE Key Performs Multi-addr

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10.REDIAL/PAUSE Key 20.SUPER ENERGY SAVER key and SUPER ENERGY SAVER Lamp Press this key to redial a facsimile/telephone number if the number was busy on Press this key to select the Super Energy Saver Mode. your first try (see page 100). Or, use this key to enter a pause between tele- Illuminated when the facsimile is in the Super Energy Save Mode. phone digits when entering a remote facsimile number. 21.COPY Key 11.MONITOR Key Press this key, with a document in the Document Support, to copy a

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Function Keys Frequently used functions are pre-assigned to five keys on the right side of One Touch key panel. DIRECT SEND TX REPORT CHAIN DIAL JOURNAL AUTO DIRECT SEND Allows transmission direct from the document feeder without scanning the docu- ment to memory first (see page 95). TX REPORT Press this key to request or disable a Transmission Report for your current transmission job. CHAIN DIAL Used to dial a remote party using Chain Dialing (see page 141). JOURNAL Used to print communication

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SETUP - UNPACKING 1 2 Unpack the Carton Make Sure All Items are Enclosed 2 1 7 9 8 6 3 12 14 10 5 4 13 15 11 Packing List Check the carton and report any damage to the deliv- ery service. Save the carton and packing materials for 8. AC Power Cord ......................................... 1 1. Facsimile .................................................. 1 future use. 2. Document Support .................................... 1 9. Phone Line Cord (Modular Cord) ............... 1 Check the items in t

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3 Select a Desirable Location The unit should be installed:  On a horizontal surface.  Away from direct sunlight, dust, extreme heat and humidity, and vibration.  Away from sources of strong electrical or magnetic fields, such as televisions or radios.  Within reach of an electrical outlet. Use an outlet not shared with equipment that generates electrical noise or consumes large amounts of electricity, such as an air conditioner, or a copier.  Within reach of a telephone connection. Use a d

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- FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile Make sure that the Power Switch is turned OFF. Connect the telephone line cord (modular cord) to the “LINE” connector. Plug in the power cord as in the figure below. Connect the external telephone set (if desired) to the “TEL” connector. Power Switch OFF Power Cord WARNING  Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.  Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet lo

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Document Exit Tray Recording Paper Exit Tray Document Support Recording Paper Exit Document Support Open the Front Cover Document Exit Tray Close the Front Cover Tray Installation Installation Installation Fit the tabs of the Recording Fit the tabs of the Document Hold the Front Cover by the Fit the tabs of the Document Press up the Front Cover until Paper Exit Tray onto the posts Support into the slots on the grips on both sides of its upper Exit Tray into the slots on the it clicks to attach s


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